I want to develop a galaxy wrapper for a tool that outputs an html
report (with images inside specific subfolders).

Do I need to do like the FastQC galaxy wrapper that reconstructs the
html so that they are all in the same folder?
Or is there a way to circumvent this so that I can keep the original
html structure?

One way of "cheating" is maybe zipping the output and provide the zip
file as data?

Daniel Sobral
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